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Today's News - December 21, 2005

China puts restrictions on building boom to protect the environment and avoid being "littered with unneeded shopping malls, luxury housing..." -- Problems in Japan's construction industry get bigger. -- An extensive report from Beirut looks at critical issues in the city's rebuilding efforts. -- An international competition for housing in New Orleans. -- Design team selected for Fayetteville, NC, museum: "Why be average when you can be world class?" -- High hopes for a new concert hall in Poland being designed from the inside out. -- Pelli's concert hall in Costa Mesa a concerto in waves (despite the critics). -- A bold project by Legorreta in Mexico City's historic district heralds a high sign for urban renewal. -- Big plans and high hopes for Hoboken. -- A Holabird & Root church rediscovered and rescued. -- A broad look at changing perceptions of Pittsburgh. -- A competition for students to win "Instant Fame." -- Today marks the solstice - the beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere (the days will now grow longer!), and summer in the Southern Hemisphere (wish we were there!).




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